Monday, July 13, 2009

A "Whey" Better Protein

For decades people have been using whey protein as a
dietary supplement - some to build lean muscle, others for its fat burning
properties. But what most consumers don't realize is that of the many whey
protein varieties available, not all are made from the same quality
ingredients and produce the same results.

"Not all whey proteins are created equal," explains Ryan Van Woudenberg,
chief executive officer of LifeBuilder Nutrition, maker of LifeBuilder Ultra
Protein. "It really comes down to the quality of ingredients and the
proprietary processing techniques."

LifeBuilder Ultra Protein has several unique features, including the use of
milk that comes only from Amish natural grass fed cows, offering unique
benefits naturally contained in grass pasture whey. Additionally, the power
and potency of LifeBuilder lies in carefully retaining the original, natural
power structure of whey protein, and then further strengthening it to ensure
its quality. LifeBuilder utilizes their proprietary MAPS Technology to
carefully retain the whey protein in its most natural and unrefined form,
and delivers the whey's natural power structure in every serving.

"The right whey protein can be profoundly beneficial to one's health -- much
like a natural super-food," adds Van Woudenberg, "but only when its raw
power is carefully retained, and delivered to you in its most natural and
unrefined form." Virtually all protein powders on the market today are
refined, much like processed sugar. Many protein supplements are nothing
more than glorified cake mixes with no true deep nourishing value. Beware of
those loaded with artificial sweeteners, sugars, artificial flavorings,
chemicals and preservatives -- overly processed, refined, de-natured junk.

A month's supply of Chocolate or Vanilla LifeBuilder Ultra Protein Packets
sells for $39.99 and is available at:

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